|Space||450 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||1 - 2 nights|
Everyone loves this charming, breezy, hotel-style apartment. It's actually part of my house – it’s the master bed/bath suite. It’s separated from the rest of the house by a wall and has its own entrance. Kind of duplex-style. The interior connecting door remains locked, and our paths don’t cross inside the home. Note to people with cat allergies: Two cats live on the property. They never go in this rental unit, but I can't guarantee there will never be a cat hair in the room, despite extensive cleaning between guests.
Important: Although it’s your own private space, it is part of a house, and therefore not 100% soundproof. Though I'm mostly very quiet, you may occasionally hear a clanking pot, a burst of laughter or, on rehearsal nights, my band playing. It’s all muffled due to good soundproofing ... but not perfect soundproofing. We rarely hear our guests because of layout logistics and an excellent white noise machine.
The space includes a near-new queen-size bed, flat-panel TV, mini-fridge/freezer, microwave, 4-cup coffeemaker, and large armoire for clothes and other items. We do have wi-fi. On the deck just outside your door is a sitting area, gas grill, and sprawling yard with trees forever (we share the deck, grill and yard). Please note, there is no kitchen. We do provide dishes, coffee mugs, drinking and wine glasses, and utensils.
Rose Cliff Drive is a peaceful avenue in a quiet section of East Nashville, just six minutes to the lively Five-Points social hub, 10 minutes to downtown, 15 minutes to Opryland. The neighborhood is very residential and composed almost entirely of brick ranch houses. Our street is just three blocks long, ending in a cul de sac, so it stays very quiet here. We’re 20 minutes from the airport.
About the location:
East Nashville is comprised of several sub-neighborhoods, each with its own special features. There are three main sections: the Historic District; Rosebank; and Inglewood. The Historic section is nearest to downtown, has lots of hustle and bustle, and features early 1900s architecture -- Victorians, cottages, etc. Five minutes east of the Historic District is our neighborhood -- Rosebank. Rosebank is a leafy neighborhood with mainly 1950s brick ranch homes. Inglewood is to the north of us, and is sort of a cross between the first two -- it's leafy and residential, but features older homes, such as arts and crafts, and bungalows. If you want to be in a high-activity area, or within walking distance of shops and restaurants, you'd want to stay in the Historic District. If it's OK to be a couple of minutes away from that, Rosebank and Inglewood are perfect, very nice, and often have lower rates.
Regarding transportation: It's best to have a car; as we're a few minutes' drive from the nearest activities. Uber and Lyft, the alternative cab services, are a great option, too; many of our guests use them even when they have their own car. The #4 metro bus stops a block away from here and makes several stops downtown.
Please note: We’re musicians, so you may occasionally hear us playing, though we tend not to play when guests are here. Also, Julie is in a band – an acoustic trio. They practice once a week, either in our living room or, in warm weather, on the deck. If you're home when we practice, you'll definitely hear us. But we always discuss practice with guests beforehand so they know it's coming and to see if they prefer a time curfew on it. Occasionally, guests sit with us when we practice on the deck, and we love that. One recent couple said it was the best part of their vacation!! And it is rather fun.
We're happy to help you with anything – places to go, things to see and how to get there.
Nearby, you'll find:
• Opryland (15 minutes)
• Downtown (including Bridgestone and the Music City Center) (10 minutes)
• Five-Points (6 minutes) – restaurants, bars, coffee houses, shopping, gourmet ice cream, musical instrument store and much more
• Shelby Bottoms (2 minutes) – a nature reserve for walking, jogging and bike-riding
Check-in is 4p; check-out is 11a. If you're planning to look move here or buy investment property here, please talk to me -- I am a real estate agent! I'd love to see how I can help you with that.
East Nashville is bubbling over with fun things to do - restaurants, art galleries, cute shops, several high-end ice cream parlors, coffee houses, bars, a musical instrument store, bicycle shops and so much more.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Jun 6 2017 - Jun 12 2017
2 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
1 night minimum stay
The price for a one-night stay is a flat rate of $130. No additional fees, taxes, anything.